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Football Highlights 2013 Fall Season

By Jim Wieners

Fall 2013 in high school sports among North County high schools, especially in the Florissant Valley area, may have been without any Missouri State High School Activities Association championships or second-place finishers but it was not completely void of highlights.

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McCluer North Stars Open Winter With Borgia Hoop Tourney Title

By Jim Wieners

While Football was closing their season last week, with the Show Me Bowl, the McCluer North Stars Boys Basketball team, at the same time, opened the Trevor Laney era at St. Francis Borgia Regional Catholic High School, Washington, Mo., by winning the season-opening Thanksgiving Tournament.

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Lutheran North Dealt Worst Playoff Loss

By Jim Wieners

Since their first football playoff game in 1979 Lutheran High School North has never dealt a worse beating than Nov. 23 when Lamar, after making a 300-mile one-way trip from Southwest Missouri and north of Joplin, continues its three-peat mission with a 70-7 beat down at Lutheran North’s LaMothe Memorial Field.

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First State Semifinal Loss Ends Hawks’ Season; Finish 12-1

By Jim Wieners 

Sooner or later it was bound to happen in the Missouri State High School Activities Association Semifinals but unfortunately for the Hazelwood Central Football Hawks it happened Nov. 22 in Class Six.

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Vanatta Takes 12-0 Central to Columbia-Rock Bridge In Semis

By Jim Wieners

It does not take long for a Hazelwood Central head football coach to take the Hawks to the state semifinal and Van Vanatta becomes the seventh head coach in Hawk history to do so.

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Lutheran North Host Semis Against Defending Class 2 Champion Lamar

By Jim Wieners

Lamar, a town in Southwest Missouri just north of Joplin and Webb City, may be know by historians as the home to where Missouri’s only-ever President, Harry S. Truman was born but lately, especially to those who live in or near the town, it is the home of the defending back-to-back Class Two State Champion Tiger Football team.

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